A new workshop called Offload, lead by past and current rugby league players will equip you with tips and tools to reduce depression and anxiety and build mental fitness.
“Rugby League Cares” is bringing Offload to Calderdale’s OSCA Foundation on Mondays from 7th February to Monday 14th March. Each workshop starts at 6pm.
“You don’t need to be a Rugby League fan to take part and benefit from Offload. Even though the presenters are mainly retired or current Rugby League players, they share stories from their personal lives as well as sporting careers to bring real experiences to important topics. They give men genuine real-life examples that they can relate to and learn from.”
Offload is helping challenge how the sporting world tackles issues such as depression and anxiety and has already received widespread acclaim for its work with thousands of men.
It is open to all men aged 16 and over. Men meet and talk with current and former professional players to learn techniques they use to manage their own mental and physical fitness.
When: Every Monday at 6pm from 7th February to 14th March.
Where: OSCA Foundation, Community Sports Hub, Cousins Lane, Halifax HX2 8AD.
To book your place contact firstname.lastname@example.org